VECTOR2 Mechanical Installation Manual

VECTOR2 Mechanical Installation Manual
VECTOR2
Mechanical Installation Manual
TM
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd
www.CentSys.com
Company Profile
1986
In-house
R&D
development
team
100%
testing of
products
1990
1995
1999
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd
Today
Manufacture to
international
quality standard
ISO 9001:2008
After-sales
technical support
from 07h00 - 18h00
Monday to Friday
Sales and technical support
to over 50 countries
worldwide
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd reserves the right to make changes to the products described in this manual without notice
and without obligation of Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd to notify any persons of any such revisions or changes.
Additionally, Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd makes no representations or warranties with respect to this manual.
No part of this document may be copied, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic,
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Contents
Mechanical Setup
Electrical Setup
Commissioning and Handover
page 1
page 2
page 2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
page 3
1.
Declaration of Conformity
page 4
2.
General Description
& Lightning Protection
page 5
page 6
3.
Icons Used in this Manual
page 6
4.
Specifications
& Physical Dimensions
& Technical Specifications
& Control Card
& Power Supply
& Power Supply, Control Box and Control Card Assembly
& Allowable Gate Mass
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5.
Product Identification
page 11
6.
Required Tools and Equipment
page 13
7.
Allowable Wind Load
page 14
8.
Preparation of Site
& General Considerations for the Installation
& Side Wall Limitations
& Strength of the Pillar
& Strength of the Gate and Gate Bracket
& Mechano Kit Installation Options
& High-Security Kit Installation Options
page
page
page
page
page
page
page
9.
Cabling Requirements
page 23
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16
17
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20
21
22
10. Critical Installation Checklist
page 24
11. Operator Installation
& Determine the Gate Bracket Position
& Fasten Gate Bracket to Gate
& Adjust Origin Clamp
& Inward Swing Gate Setup
& Outward Swing Gate Setup
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Mechanical Setup
These quick steps are for the experienced installer who needs
a checklist to get a standard installation up and running in the
minimum of time.
Detailed installation features and functions are referred to
later in this manual.
Gather required tools and equipment
Page 13
Heed necessary site considerations
Page 15
Check cabling requirements
Page 23
Mount the wall bracket
Page 25
Install motor and link to gate
Page 25
Page 1
IMPORTANT
Safety Instructions
ATTENTION
To ensure the safety of people, it is important that you
read all the following instructions.
Incorrect installation or incorrect use of the product
could cause serious harm to people.
The installer, being either professional or DIY,
is the last person on the site who can ensure that the
operator is safely installed, and that the whole system
can be operated safely.
Warnings for the installer
CAREFULLY READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
before beginning to install the product.
& All installation, repair, and service work to this product
must be carried out by a suitably qualified person
& This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for their
safety
& Do not activate your gate unless you can see it and can
determine that its area of travel is clear of people, pets, or
other obstructions
& NO ONE MAY CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING GATE.
Always keep people and objects away from the gate and its
area of travel
& NEVER LET CHILDREN OPERATE OR PLAY WITH
THE GATE CONTROLS
& Secure all easily-accessed gate opener controls in order to
prevent unauthorised use of the gate
& Do not in any way modify the components of the
automated system
& Do not install the equipment in an explosive atmosphere:
the presence of flammable gasses or fumes is a serious
danger to safety
& Before attempting any work on the system, cut electrical
power to the operator and disconnect the batteries
& The mains power supply of the automated system must be
fitted with an all-pole switch with contact opening distance
of 3mm or greater. Use of a 5A thermal breaker with allpole circuit break is recommended
Page 2
& Make sure that an earth leakage circuit breaker with a
threshold of 30mA is fitted upstream of the system
& Never short-circuit the battery and do not try to recharge the
batteries with power supply units other than that supplied
with the product, or by Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd
& Make sure that the earthing system is correctly constructed,
and that all metal parts of the system are suitably earthed
& Safety devices must be fitted to the installation to guard
against mechanical movement risks such as crushing,
dragging and shearing
& It is recommended that at least one warning indicator light be
fitted to every system
& Always fit the warning signs visibly to the inside and outside
of the gate
& The installer must explain and demonstrate the manual
operation of the gate in case of an emergency, and must hand
the User Guide/Warnings over to the user
& Explain these safety instructions to all persons authorised to
use this gate, and be sure that they understand the hazards
associated with automated gates
& Do not leave packing materials (plastic, polystyrene, etc.)
within reach of children as such materials are potential
sources of danger
& Dispose of all waste products like packaging materials, wornout batteries, etc., according to local regulations
& Always check the obstruction detection system, and safety
devices for correct operation
& Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd does not accept any liability
caused by improper use of the product, or for use other than
that for which the automated system was intended
& This product was designed and built strictly for the use
indicated in this documentation. Any other use, not expressly
indicated here, could compromise the service life/operation
of the product and/or be a source of danger
& Everything not expressly specified in these instructions is not
permitted
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2
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2
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1. Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd
Unit 13 Production Park
Intersection of Newmarket Road and Epsom Avenue
North Riding
Gauteng
South Africa
Declares that the product
Product name:
VECTOR2 Swing gate operator
Product options: All variants
Conforms with the following specifications
Safety:
SANS 60335-1:2007
IEC 60335-1:2006
Emissions:
CISPR 22 CLASS B: Radiated emissions – 30MHz to 1000MHz
CISPR 22 CLASS B: Conducted emissions – 150 KHz to 30MHz
Immunity:
IEC
IEC
IEC
IEC
IEC
IEC
IEC
61000-4-2 – Electrostatic discharge
61000-4-3 – Radiated immunity – 80MHz to 1000MHz
61000-4-4 – Electrical fast transients/burst
61000-4-5 – Surge immunity test
61000-4-6 – Conducted immunity – 150KHz to 80MHz
61000-4-8 – Power frequency magnetic field
61000-4-11– Voltage dips and interruption
Standard to which conformity is declared
IEC 60335-1:2006
IEC 61000-6-3
IEC 61000-6-1
Safety
Emissions
Immunity
Signed at North Riding, South Africa on June 21, 2010
Ian Rozowsky
Research & Development Director
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2. General Description
The VECTOR2 operator has been designed to safely and cost-effectively automate a
wide variety of swing gates, from single light-domestic swing gates to heavy industrial
double swing gates.
The fail-safe and fully redundant Position and Collision Detection system has been
designed and tested to set the standard in safety of operation and to provide an
unparalleled level of reliability and durability in operation.
The gate Travel Limits are managed by a sealed double-redundant opto-electronic system
that has been designed not only to ensure ultra-reliable operation, but also to ensure
precise position and trajectory control. This enables very accurate and reliable collision
detection to ensure safe operation even under trying conditions.
The VECTOR2 control card has been designed to be easy and intuitive to use, with
helpful instructions on the status of the operation being given both during and after the
installation. It also has a built-in diagnostic procedure that can verify every aspect of the
control card onsite.
Some of the advanced features offered by the VECTOR2 controller are:
& Fully automated single-button Limit Setup for single and double swing gates
& Full graphics LCD display provides an intuitive user interface with built-in diagnostics to
speed up and simplify the installation process
& Separate safety inputs for infrared beams/photocells on both the closing and opening
directions of the gate
& Advanced closed-loop speed control to maintain safe and reliable operation on inclined
gates under windy conditions
& Fully configurable gate Run Profiles
& Selectable and adjustable Autoclose with pushbutton override
& Pedestrian (Partial) opening with automatic closure
& Free-exit input
& Positive Close Mode
& Multiple Modes of Operation
& Solenoid lock drive output up to 2A
& Holiday Lockout
& A status LED output to indicate the gate status remotely
& Pillar Light control
& Leaf delay is selectable for either gate leaf
& Onboard NOVA receiver with selective adding and deleting of remotes
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Lightning Protection
The VECTOR2 electronic controller utilises the same proven surge protection philosophy
that is used in all Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd products. While this does not guarantee
that the unit will not be damaged in the event of a lightning strike or power surge, it
greatly reduces the likelihood of such damage occurring. The earth return for the surge
protection is provided via the mains power supply earth. In order to ensure that the
surge protection is effective, it is essential that the unit is properly earthed.
3. Icons Used in this Manual
This icon indicates tips and other
information that could be useful
during the installation.
This icon denotes variations and
other aspects that should be
considered during installation.
This icon indicates warning, caution or attention! Please take special
note of critical aspects that MUST be adhered to in order to prevent
injury.
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4. Specifications
Physical Dimensions
Model V400
1400mm extended
400mm stroke
1000mm retracted
m
0m
95mm
10
All dimensions shown in millimeters
FIGURE 1. V400 OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Model V500
1600mm extended
1100mm retracted
500mm stroke
m
0m
95mm
10
All dimensions shown in millimeters
FIGURE 2. V500 OVERALL DIMENSIONS
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Technical Specifications
VECTOR2 400
Input voltage
Motor voltage
Motor power supply
Battery charger
Domestic
Light-industrial
Current consumption (mains)
Current consumption (motor at rated load)
Operator push force - maximum
Operator stroke
Piston extension/retraction speed
Typical gate opening time
Manual override
Maximum number of operations per day
Duty cycle - mains present
Operations in standby with 7Ah battery
Half day
Full day
Collision sensing
Controller solenoid output rating
Operating temperature range
VECTOR2 500
90V / 220V - 240V AC ± 10%, 50Hz
12V DC
Battery-driven (standard capacity - 7Ah)
Onboard receiver type
Receiver code storage capacity
Receiver frequency
Mass of unit packed (excluding battery)
Single kit
Double kit
CP84E - 800mA @ 13.8V
CP84SM - 2A @13.8V
60mA / 170mA
15A - maximum
250kgf
400mm
500mm
27mm/sec
<17 sec
<14 sec
Key release
100 /250
25% /50%
70
58
Electronic
2A DC
-15°C to +50°C
NOVA code-hopping
multichannel
64 transmitter buttons
433MHz
8.5kg
14kg
Degree of protection
9kg
15kg
IP54
Applies to CP84SM light-industrial unit only
Can increase battery capacity for longer standby times
Can operate off a solar supply, consult Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd for assistance
Domestic
Light-industrial
Assumes full stroke of operator is used
Based on 25°C ambient temperature and unit not in direct sunlight
Based on an operator push force of less than 50% of rated
Based on double kit excluding Infrared Safety Beams/Photocells
Assumes a 90° opening gate and optimum mounting position
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Control Card
Maximum motor current per channel
15A (fused)
Maximum input voltage
14.4V DC
Standby current draw
48mA
Maximum solenoid current draw
2A DC
Maximum auxillary output current
3A (PTC)
Collision detection
Current sense and redundant optical
Position and trajectory
Redundant optical
Temperature range
-20°C to +60°C
Power Supply
7Ah, 12V, CP84E 7Ah, 12V, CP84SM2A
(Domestic)
(Light-industrial)
220V-240V AC
±10% @ 50Hz
Nominal input voltage
AC current draw (maximum)
Temperature range
90V-240V AC
±10% @ 50Hz
60mA
170mA
-20°C to +60°C
-20°C to +60°C
Battery charger amperage output
(dependant on PSU input voltage)
0.8A @ 13.8V
90V AC
Input: 1.2A @ 13.8V
240V AC
Input: 2.2A @ 13.8V
Power Supply, Control Box and Control Card Assembly
7Ah, 12V, CP84E 7Ah, 12V, CP84SM
(Domestic)
2A (Light-industrial)
Boxed shipping weight
(excluding batteries):
2.7kg
2.6kg
Degree of protection
IP55
IP55
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Allowable Gate Mass
Maximum allowable gate mass for the V400 operator:
Gate swing Up to 1.5
metres
angle
Up to 2
metres
Up to 3
Up to 3.5
Up to 4
Up to 2.5
metres metres (#1) metres (#1) metres (#1)
90°
500kg
500kg
500kg
360kg
260kg
200kg
100°
500kg
500kg
388kg
160kg
190kg
150kg
110°
500kg
306kg
198kg
130kg
120°
180kg
100kg
65kg
Not
recommended
#1 - An electric lock must be fitted to secure gate in closed position
Maximum allowable gate mass for the V500 operator:
Gate swing Up to 1.5
metres
angle
90°
750kg
Up to 2
metres
750kg
Up to 3
Up to 3.5
Up to 4
Up to 2.5
metres metres (#1) metres (#1) metres (#1)
750kg
550kg
410kg
310kg
310kg
230kg
100°
750kg
750kg
600kg
420kg
110°
750kg
500kg
320kg
220kg
120°
310kg
170kg
110kg
#1 - An electric lock must be fitted to secure gate in closed position
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Not
recommended
5. Product Identification
6
1
2
7
8
3
4
9
5
10
11
12
FIGURE 3A. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
1. Wall bracket (standard)
7. Gate bracket pin
2. Wall bracket pin
8. Gate bracket
3. VECTOR2 gate operator (complete
assembly)
9. Stainless steel cap screw M6 x 25
10. Origin body
4. 12mm snap ring
11. Stainless steel M6 nut
5. Gate warning decal
12. 14mm snap ring
6. Gate operator keys
Keys are specific to each operator - key number must be recorded
1
2
3
5
6
7
4
FIGURE 3B. CONTROL BOX INCLUDING CHARGER AND CONTROLLER
1.
12V 7.2Ah Battery (user supplied not part of kit)
2.
VECTOR2 controller with built-in
receiver
3.
Charger
4.
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NOVA remote controls
5.
Electrical setup guide
6.
Installation Manual
7.
Control Box
3
1
4
2
FIGURE 3C. WALL ADAPTOR KIT
1.
2.
VECTOR2 Wall Adaptor Kit packing leaflet
M10 hexagon nuts
3.
4.
Wall adaptor plate
M10 x 20 countersunk screw
2
1
3
FIGURE 3D. HIGH-SECURITY KIT
1.
2.
VECTOR2 High-security Kit packing leaflet 3.
Padlocks
Wall bracket (high-security)
3
1
2
4
5
FIGURE 3E. MECHANO KIT
1.
2.
3.
VECTOR2 securing plate (short)
VECTOR2 Mechano Kit packing leaflet
M10 x 35 bolt
4.
5.
VECTOR2 securing plate (long)
M10 nut
2
1
3
4
FIGURE 3F. GATE ADAPTOR KIT
1.
2.
VECTOR2 Gate Adaptor Kit packing leaflet
M6 x 16 countersunk cap screw
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3.
4.
Gate bracket spreader plate
M6 hexagon nuts
6. Required Tools and Equipment
Screwdrivers
6mm Phillips
3.5mm Flat
Hammer
Pliers
Electric
drilling
machine
Spanners
17mm
15mm
preferably socket set
Crimping tool
and
pin lugs
G-clamps
x2
Connector
block
Hole saw
20mm
Angle grinder
Allen key
5mm
Pin punch
6mm
Measuring
tape
Masonry bits
12mm
10mm for wall mount brackets
6.5mm/10.5mm steel bits
Spirit level
Welding machine
(including consumables
and safety equipment)
Hacksaw
Marking
pen/chalk
Soldering
iron
Safety equipment
(goggles, gloves etc.)
Extension cord
FIGURE 4
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7. Allowable Wind Load
Wind speeds for which operator will still operate the gate (for V400 or V500 operators)
For a 25% covered gate: (palisades, etc.) x 1.8 metre high
Value of A or B
dimension once
installed
Gate lengths:
Up to 2.5 Up to 3
metres
metres
Up to 1.5
metres
Up to 2
metres
Up to 3.5
metres
Up to 4
metres
100mm
94km/h
66km/h
48km/h
44km/h
41km/h
37km/h
140mm
119km/h
85km/h
180mm
138km/h
101km/h
65km/h
57km/h
51km/h
46km/h
78km/h
67km/h
60km/h
53km/h
220mm
156km/h
260mm
171km/h
114km/h
89km/h
76km/h
67km/h
60km/h
126km/h
99km/h
84km/h
74km/h
65km/h
300mm
340mm
186km/h
137km/h
108km/h
91km/h
80km/h
71km/h
199km/h
147km/h
116km/h
98km/h
86km/h
76km/h
See page 24 or 25 for installation details
An electric lock must be fitted
Wind speeds for which operator will still operate the gate (for V400 or V500 operators)
For a 100% covered gate: (Fully clad gates, etc.) x 1.8 metre high
Value of A or B
dimension once
installed
Gate lengths:
Up to 2.5 Up to 3
metres
metres
Up to 1.5
metres
Up to 2
metres
Up to 1.5
metres
Up to 4
metres
100mm
47km/h
33km/h
24km/h
22km/h
47km/h
19km/h
140mm
59km/h
43km/h
180mm
69km/h
50km/h
32km/h
28km/h
59km/h
23km/h
39km/h
34km/h
69km/h
27km/h
220mm
78km/h
260mm
86km/h
57km/h
44km/h
38km/h
78km/h
30km/h
63km/h
49km/h
42km/h
86km/h
33km/h
300mm
340mm
93km/h
68km/h
54km/h
46km/h
93km/h
35km/h
100km/h
74km/h
58km/h
49km/h
100km/h
38km/h
See page 24 or 25 for installation details
An electric lock must be fitted
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8. Preparation of Site
General Considerations for the Installation
& Always recommend the fitment of additional safety equipment such as safety edges
and Safety Beams/photocells, for additional protection against entrapment or other
mechanical risks
& Check that no pipes or electrical cables are in the way of the intended installation
& Check that enough space is available for the gate operator with the gate in the
required open position (see Figures 4 and 5)
& Check the strength of the mounting pillar and fit a Wall Adaptor Kit where needed
& If the swing gate leaf is longer than 2.5 metres, ensure that a lock can be fitted
& Never fit the operator on the outside of the gate, where the public has access to it
(follow the instructions for an outward opening swing gate, if required)
& For greater security consider fitting the optional High-security Kit
Install the gate operator only if:
& It will not pose a hazard to the public
& There is sufficient clearance to a roadway and/or public thoroughfares
& The installation will meet all municipal and/or local authority requirements once
completed
& The gate mass, leaf width, allowable wind loading and application is within the
operator specifications (refer to the specification tables)
& The gate is in good working order, meaning:
& that it swings freely;
& does not move on its own if left in any position;
& each gate leaf is strong and rigid
& it can be installed to have sufficient clearance between moving parts when opening
and closing to reduce the risk of personal injury and entrapment
& pushbuttons or keyswitches, when required, can be positioned so that the gate is
in line of sight
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Determine Gate Swing Angle
Use this procedure to accurately determine the gate opening angle:
Step 1
1. Close the gate and measure a distance of
one metre from the centreline of the gate
hinge.
1m
2. Make a mark on the ground.
FIGURE 57
Step 2
3. Open the gate and measure along the gate
a distance of one metre from the centreline
of the gate hinge.
4. Make a mark on the ground.
5. Measure the distance on the ground
between the two marks (Z).
1m
6. Using this Z value, read off the gate
opening angle from the table below.
Z
FIGURE 58
Step 3
Gate opening angle
To
Use gate swing angle of
1 000mm
1 075mm
60°
1 075mm
1 218mm
70°
1 218mm
1 351mm
80°
1 351mm
1 475mm
90°
1 474mm
1 587mm
100°
1 587mm
1 687mm
110°
1 687mm
1 732mm
120°
Value Z from
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Side Wall Limitations
Wall (minimum)
Pillar (maximum)
Gate opening 90° or less
Operator Wall (minimum)
V400
V500
Pillar (maximum)
150mm
150mm
Gate opening
90° or less
250mm
335mm
FIGURE 5
Wall (minimum)
Pillar
(maximum)
Gate opening 110°
Operator Wall (minimum)
V400
V500
Pillar (maximum)
150mm
150mm
145mm
210mm
Gate opening
110°
FIGURE 6
Tables are based on gates
& For gates 2.5 metres to
& For gates 3.0 metres to
& For gates 3.5 metres to
shorter than 2.5 metres
3.0 metres long, reduce the maximum pillar thickness by 20mm
3.5 metres long, reduce the maximum pillar thickness by 40mm
4.0 metres long, reduce the maximum pillar thickness by 60mm
The typical minimum wall clearance required to fit the operator
The maximum allowable pillar thickness on which to fit the operator
Strength of the Pillar
For reliable operation it is important to ensure that the way the operator is
secured to the wall takes into account the strength of the pillar, the size of the
gate, and how frequently the gate will be used:
High-security Kit together with a Wall
Adaptor Kit
This mounting is highly recommended for all
light-industrial gates, or for heavy gates of
any length.
Alternatively it should be considered for use
on pillars of low or unknown strength.
Pillar
Wall adaptor
(high- security)
Wall
adaptor
plate
Best installation
FIGURE 7
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Pillar
High-security Kit
This mounting works well for heavy gates
shorter than about two metres in single
household domestic applications.
Alternatively it should be considered for use
on pillars of low or unknown strength.
Wall adaptor
(high-security)
Works well
FIGURE 8
Standard bracket
This mounting method is typically used on
light- to medium-weight domestic gates that
are about 1.5 metres long, and that are
mounted on pillars of average strength.
The means used to secure the
bracket to the pillar is as important
as the bracket itself.
Pillar
Wall adaptor
(standard)
Good
FIGURE 9
Pillar
Through wall
Applications:
& Pre-fabricated walling
& For heavy gates operating frequently
Wall adaptor
(high-security)
Throughwall bolt
Best
FIGURE 10
Pillar
Chemical anchors
Applications:
& Masonry pillars
& Frequent use
Wall adaptor
(high-security)
Chemical
anchors
Works well
FIGURE 11
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Pillar
Welding
Applications:
& Lighter gates
& Domestic
Wall adaptor
(high-security)
Welding
machine
Works well
FIGURE 12
Pillar
Sleeve anchors
Applications:
& Lighter gates
& Domestic
Wall adaptor
(high-security)
Sleeve
anchor
Okay
FIGURE 13
Pillar
RAWL bolts
Applications:
& Very light
& Domestic
Wall adaptor
(high-security)
Rawl bolt
Not recommended
FIGURE 14
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Strength of the Gate and Gate Bracket
The Gate Adaptor Kit both strengthens the connection to the gate, and also allows for more
flexibility when mounting the bracket to the gate:
Welding Gate Adaptor Kit
Applications:
& Light-industrial
& Heavy gates
& Frequent use
Gate
Gate adaptor
Welding
machine
Gate bracket
Best
FIGURE 15
Throughbolts
Through-bolts Gate Adaptor Kit
Applications:
& Light-industrial
& Heavy gates
& Frequent use
Gate
Gate adaptor
Gate bracket
Very good
FIGURE 16
Welding
Applications:
! Domestic
! Medium gates
! Frequent use
Gate
Welding
machine
Gate bracket
Good
FIGURE 17
Through-bolts (high-tensile)
Applications:
& Domestic
& Light gates
& Infrequent use
Throughbolts
Gate
Gate bracket
TEK screws and mild steel bolts
are not recommended.
Fair
FIGURE 18
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Mechano Kit Installation Options
This kit is useful when fitting VECTOR2 to existing installations, and also makes
adjustments easier when doing new installations.
FIGURE 19. INSTALLATION WHEN THE PILLAR IS WIDE
FIGURE 20. INSTALLATION WHEN THE PILLAR IS ON AN IRREGULAR SURFACE
FIGURE 21. INSTALLATION ON A PALISADE FENCE
FIGURE 22. INSTALLATION ON AN ANGLED WALL
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High-Security Kit Installation Options
FIGURE 23. INSTALLATION WHEN THE PILLAR IS WIDE
FIGURE 24. INSTALLATION WHEN THE PILLAR IS ON AN IRREGULAR SURFACE
FIGURE 25. INSTALLATION ON A PALISADE FENCE
FIGURE 26. INSTALLATION ON AN ANGLED WALL
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9. Cabling Requirements
Control
Box
9
4
Mains
isolator
switch
5
8
3
2
9
7
1
To dwelling
6
10
3
6
FIGURE 27. CABLING REQUIREMENTS
Legend
1. 90V /220V - 240V AC mains cable via mains isolator switch (3 core LNE 0,5mm²)
or low-voltage 16V AC battery charger supply (2 core 1,5mm²).
2. Intercom cable (n1 + 6 core) to house.
3. Master motor (MTR M) or Slave motor (MTR S) cable (minimum, 2 core 2mm2 +
4 core 0,5mm² multi-stranded) see note .
4. Optional radio receiver cable (3 core 0,5mm2 multi-stranded, optional)
.
5. Optional Pedestrian Keyswitch (2 core 0,5mm2 multi-stranded) or optional keypad
(3 core 0,5mm2 multi-stranded).
6. Optional infrared Safety Beams/photocells (3 core 0,5mm2 multi-stranded or 4 core
0.5mm² for CE compliance.)
7. Optional intercom cable (n2+2 core 0,5mm² multi-stranded) to gate station.
8. Optional electric lock (2 core 0.5mm²).
9. Optional Pillar Light cable (3 core, size according to power regulations).
10. Optional ground loop for free-exit (1 core 0.5mm2 multi-stranded - silicone-coated).
Applicable to CP84SM charger only
Mains isolator must be fitted less than 1 metre from controller
Increase cable thickness if Pillar Lights are to be installed
Screened cable is always recommended to provide better protection against lightning - earth one end of screening
Domestic charger only
For optimum range an external receiver can be mounted on the wall
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd has custom VECTOR2 cable available. Order reference: CABLEVEC68. Consult
manufacturer of loop detector for specific details
& All cables must be routed in conduit unless underground cable is
being used
& Mains isolator must be less than one metre from the operator
& Safety Beams/photocells are always recommended
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10. Critical Installation Checklist
The following is a list of critical requirements that must be adhered to in order to ensure
reliable operation of your VECTOR2 operators:
& Ensure that the wall bracket is securely anchored
& Make sure that the actuator’s maximum stroke is being utilised
& Only use VECTOR cable for the installation
& Leave a 350mm loop in the cable (refer to page 37)
& Fit an electromechanical or an electromagnetic gate lock if the leaf width is greater
than three metres
& Ensure that the opening and closing angles conform to the installation guidelines
& Ensure that your gate and operators are equipped to deal with wind loading (refer to
the table on page 36)
& Ensure that fixed mechanical endstops are fitted in the fully open position for outward
swinging gates
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11. Operator Installation
Closed
1. Determine the gate opening angle and
direction of operator (inward or outward).
120°
60°
70°
110° 100°90°
80°
Ope
n
Alternatively the swing angle can be
determined more accurately with the
process detailed on page 35.
Estimate
swing angle
FIGURE 28. ESTIMATE SWING ANGLE
85mm
Gate Bracket
Take care to make sure the
operator is mounted level.
Minimum 125mm
The gate bracket must fit to a sturdy
point on the gate.
Consider using the optional Gate
Adaptor Kit.
Wall bracket
2. Determine a suitable height for the wall
bracket.
FIGURE 29. GATE HEIGHT
A
3. Determine where to put the bracket
according to A and B values in the tables
on pages 30, 31, 33 and 34.
B
Gate opening angle
120°
0°
60°
70°
100° 110°
90° 80°
Gate opening angle
120°
0°
60°
70°
100° 110°
90° 80°
FIGURE 30. BRACKET POSITION
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OR
Operator must
not foul against
bracket
Cut the bracket
Take care to shorten the wall
bracket to prevent interference
with the operator.
Use Mechano kit
FIGURE 31. BRACKET POSITION
Wall
4. Secure the bracket to the wall with the
most appropriate means.
Mounting bolt
Wall
adaptor
(Standard)
It is critical that the wall bracket
is securely mounted.
See page 15 for site considerations.
FIGURE 32
Determine the Gate Bracket
Position
Gate
bracket
Pin
Start with the operator fully
retracted.
Turn out the actuator tube one or
two turns.
5. Fit the gate bracket to the operator.
VECTOR2
unit
One or two turns
Origin marker
FIGURE 33
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Pin
VECTOR2
unit
Wall
adaptor
(standard)
6. Fit the motor end of the operator to the wall
bracket.
FIGURE 34
7. Open the gate fully and temporarily clamp
the gate bracket to the gate.
The gate bracket must fit to a sturdy
point on the gate.
G-clamp
Consider using the optional Gate
Adaptor Kit. See page 13.
FIGURE 35
8. Unlock the operator and swing the gate
into the closed position.
9. Remove the pin and the operator from the
bracket, check that there is at least one
or two turns of the actuator before it is
fully extended.
FIGURE 36
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If it becomes obvious that the
operator does not have enough
stroke, reduce either the A or B
distances by moving the wall
bracket. A and B are illustrated in
Figure 30 in page 24.
Gate
Welding
Be sure not to make the A and B
values less than allowed for in
the installation tables on page
30 and 31.
FIGURE 37
In general:
& Large B distances give good security and good closing push force
& Small A and small B will increase the speed
Fasten Gate Bracket to Gate
10. Secure the gate bracket using the most
appropriate means.
Welding
It is critical that the gate
bracket is securely mounted.
OR
See page 16 for site considerations.
Gate bracket
FIGURE 38
11. Fit the operator, wall bracket pins and
snap rings.
Pin
As an additional security item, add
a padlock, as well as the snap ring.
Wall adaptor
(standard)
OR
FIGURE 39
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12. Fit the operator, additional security gate
bracket pins and snap rings.
Pin
As additional security to the snap
ring, fit a padlock and the optional
padlock shield.
Wall adaptor
(standard)
VECTOR2
operator
Padlock
OR
FIGURE 40
Adjust Origin Clamp
13. Unlock the operator and open the gate to
the desired fully open position.
14. Slide the origin clamp along the actuator
tube, right up to the operator. Secure in
place with an Allen key and tighten
properly.
Open
Origin
marker
FIGURE 41
15. Attach warning decals to the gate as
shown.
FIGURE 42
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Inward Swing Gate Setup
Gate open
Gat
eo
pen
Gate closed
FIGURE 43
A
For gates opening 90° or less as A
and B are shown.
B
For best security (but slower
operation) install with large B value.
FIGURE 44. OPENING 90° OR LESS
For fast operation (but less
security) install with small A and
small B values.
Ensure that the gate does not
exceed the gate mass
specifications on page 11.
A
B
For gates opening more than 90° as
A and B are shown.
FIGURE 45. OPENING MORE THAN 90°
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For V400 (400mm operator)
1400mm extended
1000mm retracted
FIGURE 46
Recommended positions
(Only for a 2.5 metre gate or shorter)
Gate swing angle
A Value
Gate opening angle
0°
B Value
90° or less
160
200
100°
120
180
110°
120
130
120°
110
110
120°
110°
100°
90°
80°
70°
60°
FIGURE 47
Alternative positions
A and B must each be greater
A+B
should
Up to 1.5 Up to 2 Up to 2.5 Up to 3 Up to 3.5 Up to 4
not exceed metres metres metres metres metres metres
60° - 90° or less 380mm
110mm 110mm 110mm 120mm 140mm 160mm
100°
310mm
110mm 110mm 110mm 120mm 140mm 160mm
Gate
swing
angle
110°
265mm
120°
220mm
110mm
110mm
110mm
Not
recommended
110mm for A or B would ensure a 10mm clearance between the operator and
gate if the gate is 50mm thick.
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For V500 (500mm operator)
1600mm extended
1100mm retracted
FIGURE 48
0°
Recommended positions
(Only for a 2.5 metre gate or shorter)
Gate swing angle
A Value
Gate opening angle
B Value
90° or less
205
250
100°
165
215
110°
144
180
120°
115
150
120°
110°
60°
100° 90°
80°
70°
FIGURE 49
Alternative positions
A and B must each be greater
A+B
should
Up to 1.5 Up to 2 Up to 2.5 Up to 3 Up to 3.5
not exceed metres metres metres
metres
metres
60° - 90° or less 460mm
110mm 110mm 110mm 120mm 140mm
100°
400mm
110mm 110mm 110mm 120mm 140mm
Gate
swing
angle
110°
340mm
120°
285mm
110mm
110mm
110mm
Up to 4
metres
160mm
160mm
Not
recommended
110mm for A or B would ensure a 10mm clearance between the operator and
gate if the gate is 50mm thick.
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Outward Swing Gate Setup
For gates opening 90° or less as A
and B are as shown.
B
For best security (but slower
operation) install with large B value.
For fast operation (but less
security) install with small A and
small B values.
Make up
bracket
to suit
A
FIGURE 50. OPENING 90° OR LESS
Ensure that the gate does not
exceed the gate mass
specifications on page 11.
For gates opening more than 90° as
A and B are shown.
B
Make up
bracket
to suit
A
FIGURE 51
Endstop
see warning
note on the
right
pen
te o
Ga
Gate open
Outward opening swing gates must have
physical endstops fitted in the open position.
Gate closed
FIGURE 52.OPENING MORE THAN 90°
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For V400 (400mm operator) outward
1400mm extended
1000mm retracted
FIGURE 53
Recommended positions
(Only for a 2.5 metre gate or shorter)
Gate swing angle
A Value
Gate opening angle 0°
B Value
90° or less
173
191
100°
145
160
110°
120
130
120°
106
114
120°
60°
110°
100° 90°
80°
70°
FIGURE 54
Alternative positions
A and B must each be greater
A+B
should
Up to 1.5 Up to 2 Up to 2.5 Up to 3 Up to 3.5
not exceed metres metres metres metres metres
60° - 90° or less 365mm
110mm 110mm 110mm 120mm 140mm
100°
310mm
110mm 110mm 110mm 120mm 140mm
Gate
swing
angle
110°
265mm
120°
220mm
110mm
110mm
110mm
Up to 4
metres
160mm
160mm
Not
recommended
110mm for A or B would ensure a 10mm clearance between the operator and
gate if the gate is 50mm thick.
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For V500 (500mm operator) outward
1600mm extended
1100mm retracted
FIGURE 55
Gate opening angle 0°
Recommended positions
(Only for a 2.5 metre gate or shorter)
Gate swing angle
A Value
B Value
90° or less
222
246
100°
185
205
110°
155
170
120°
128
139
120°
60°
110°
100° 90°
80°
70°
FIGURE 56
Alternative positions
A and B must each be greater
A+B
should
Up to 1.5 Up to 2 Up to 2.5 Up to 3 Up to 3.5
not exceed metres metres metres metres metres
60° - 90° or less 455mm
110mm 110mm 110mm 120mm 140mm
100°
390mm
110mm 110mm 110mm 120mm 140mm
Gate
swing
angle
110°
330mm
120°
275mm
110mm
110mm
110mm
Up to 4
metres
160mm
160mm
Not
recommended
110mm for A or B would ensure a 10mm clearance between the operator and
gate if the gate is 50mm thick.
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Notes
Notes
Notes
Notes
Notes
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